Kids' Chance of California Releases 2019-2020 Annual Report
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Soquel, CA - November 11, 2020 - Kids’ Chance of California (KCOCA), a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide need-based educational scholarships to the children of California workers who have been fatally or seriously injured on the job, today published its 2019-2020 annual report–showcasing a record breaking year despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“From COVID-19 and campus closures to economic pressures and our home state’s destructive wildfires, this year has been a challenging time for all of us,” said Amy Hanson, KCOCA Board President. “In the midst of it all, I'm happy to report that KCOCA has continued to thrive as an organization. I am so grateful for the compassion, persistence and generosity of our supporters, and the strong desire of our kids to achieve their educational goals.”
The 2019-2020 Annual Report is published today to launch Kids’ Chance Awareness Week, which is celebrated nationally from November 9-13 this year. Awareness Week provides a national platform to increase visibility for the Kids’ Chance mission across all 47 state organizations.
The KCOCA Annual Report ensures transparency and accountability to both the students we serve, as well as the sponsors and donors who make our mission possible. We continue to track significant year-over-year growth, holding our operating costs steady at 10 percent.
Visit www.kidschanceca.org (About Us) to download KCOCA’s 2019-2020 Annual Report to review additional highlights.
For more information on KCOCA or if you would like to donate, visit kidschanceca.org. You may also follow the organization’s LinkedIn, Facebook or Instagram pages.
About Kids' Chance of California
Kids’ Chance of California is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide need-based educational scholarships to the children of California workers who have been fatally or seriously injured on the job. Kids’ Chance was founded in 1988 in the state of Georgia and has expanded to 47 states over the last 32 years.
Lori Oates, CSEP